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I'm increasingly of the opinion (only opinion though, because I haven't proved it to myself yet) that nothing can actually cross the Event Horizon.
Quote from: LeeE on 19/01/2009 17:49:50I'm increasingly of the opinion (only opinion though, because I haven't proved it to myself yet) that nothing can actually cross the Event Horizon.Ok got me again.If nothing can cross the EH how did it form in the first place.It is my understand that a black hole is formed when a star collapses to a large if not an infinite mass causing a gravitational field that is that strong that once matter gets within a certain distance (the EH) it can no longer escape its gravitational field.So surely the mass has to create the gravitation field before the EH can be calculated.Cheersjustaskin
Something you need to be clear on is the difference between mass and density. When what is left of a large star collapses to form a Black Hole it's mass doesn't become infinite. Rather, it's density increases and if the collapse is to a singularity then it's density could be termed to be infinite.
Zero is a different matter. That is merely an absence of.
Quote from: DoctorBeaver on 22/01/2009 09:16:53Zero is a different matter. That is merely an absence of.Or who knows ?? it must have opened a portal to higher dimension ?? and information might lost into it ?